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Headlines for December 02, 2016

Innovator of the Year: Operation Hope's John Hope Bryant

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Critics Predict More Woes for Subprime Business Lenders

Foreclosed Borrowers Poised to Haunt Mnuchin's Nomination

Citizens' Robo-Adviser Pact Is Step Toward Bigger Goal

Here's What's Wrong with U.S. Anti-Laundering System, FATF Says

House Passes Bill to Remove 'Arbitrary' SIFI Threshold

What Would It Take to Privatize Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac?

How the Mobile Banking Revolution Favors In-Store Branches

OCC Could Gain Power as Other Agencies Fall Out of Favor

Dems Introduce Bill to Nullify Wells Arbitration Agreements

Wells Dodges Clashes with Regulators, Shareholders in Chair-CEO Split

Fintech Firms Lobby Trump as Obama Team Pushes Safeguards

How Trump Became Bitcoin's Unlikely Savior

Sun Bancorp Will Miss Wilbur Ross' Input on Board, CEO Says

First Colebrook in N.H. Raises $5M, Exits SBLF

PrivateBancorp Investor Leading Push to Reject Sale to CIBC

Former Flagstar, Sovereign Chief to Lead Needham Bank in Mass.

Private Equity to Partially Cash Out of First BanCorp in P.R.

TriCo in Calif. Snags New COO from Wintrust Financial

New Partnership Promises Better Data for Marketplace Loan Buyers

Horizon Bancorp in Indiana Restructures Balance Sheet to Repay Debt

CenterState to Buy Gateway Financial in Florida

In this episode of Breaking Banks: American Banker's Innovator of the Year, John Hope Bryant of Operation Hope; Richard Brown and Charley Cooper of the blockchain consortium R3; and Ravi Srinivasan, who describes India's drastic move to stamp out cash.